Netbiscuits launches Tactile HTML5 framework


Netbiscuits, platform for the development and delivery of next generation mobile web applications across all mobile and connected devices, has introduced Tactile, an efficient design and development framework that utilises today's web standards to enable the seamless creation and delivery of engaging mobile web experiences. Utilising the Netbiscuits software as a service cloud-based platform, Tactile simplifies development and deployment complexities while reducing the time and cost of publishing and maintaining high quality, rich user experiences for today's feature-packed, gesture-driven devices, the company claimed.'As more consumers across the globe turn to the mobile web to search, shop, share and connect, marketers have to create and deliver even more engaging branded experiences in multi device environments,' said Netbiscuits CEO Michael Neidhoefer. 'We help enterprises to do this efficiently without compromising quality of service. Netbiscuits Tactile closes the technical and creative gaps encountered when trying to create HTML5 based, touch enabled mobile web apps that render properly no matter the device, operating system or country in which the consumer is going mobile.'Combining server-side optimisation, client-side optimisation, device detection, progressive enhancement, and responsive design, Netbiscuits Tactile is an unparalleled cross platform publishing environment. Using next generation web standards such as HTML5 and CSS3, web apps can be rapidly created without wasting time and resources compensating for browser, operating system and device fragmentation.For developers and designers, Tactile identifies the specific device classes requesting access to their content, tailors diverse multimedia content from a server and delivers that content in formats optimised for a device's specific profile and screen dimensions. Web apps produced using Tactile provide end users with an instantaneously responsive and reactive experience equivalent to those enjoyed on native applications.


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